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  • Day 36I woke up this morning, and bought a bagel from the lobby Cafetiere. So I decided to vise Eglise Notre Dame De Lourdes. It is an amazing place to visit. There was striking stained-glass windows line this modern Catholic church Posted by Reillym17 in Day 1 | Jun 3, 2019
  • Day 35It took about 24 hours and 30 mins from South Africa to Morocco. I got here around 1:15 pm. I left south Africa at 12:45 It costed me $755. I booked a hotel room at Windsor Hotel City Centre, it Posted by Reillym17 in Day 1 | Jun 3, 2019
  • Casablanca, Morocco....[img= caption=Cas Posted by Bennytheball in Medersa Bouanania, Fes, Morocco. | May 29, 2019
  • The Sultan's Palace....Tangier Kasbah and the Sultan's palace are two of the highlights of any Tangier visit, both were in existence in Roman eras to repel attack by passing pirates intent on a spot of plundering, the fortifications appear to have done Posted by Bennytheball in The Sultan's Palace.... | May 16, 2019
  • Visit Morocco Morocco is a gateway to Africa and a country of dizzying diversity. Here you'll find epic mountain ranges, ancient cities, sweeping deserts – and warm hospitality. Mountains & Desert From Saharan dunes to the peaks of the High Atlas, Morocco could h Posted by Kayakcars in Visit Morocco | May 13, 2019
  • MORE OF MOROCCORabat’s perch on the Atlantic coast is dominated by the Kasbah, a walled neighborhood of large blue and white stucco houses, also walled. We wandered by their ancient doors, by orange juice vendors, one of whom displayed a photo Posted by HopeEakins in Around the World Again | May 10, 2019
  • THE JOYS OF MOROCCOWe have been sailing up the coast of West Africa, stopping at ports in Senegal and Ghana and The Gambia, poor countries whose poverty is in the air and in your face. The region around The Gambia is known Posted by HopeEakins in Around the World Again | May 8, 2019
  • Top 4 of Tangier[center]Top 4 of Tangier 1. Going back to Fuengirola 2. Guy from the coffee house 3. Guy who sold fridge magnets 4. The good luck tree[/center] I might need to open up that Top 4 a little bit, don’t you think? We tried to make it a Posted by hennaonthetrek in hennaonthetrek | Mar 24, 2019
  • I Bless the Rain...We were up at 6:45, on a mission to be on the move most of the day. We finalized the packs, checked the room for out-of-sight belongings, and checked-out at the front desk. They dialed us up a Posted by bendurbin in DurbsAbroad | Nov 27, 2018
  • Magnifique MoroccoOne of the reasons I travel is to be outside my comfort zone. I like waking up in new places unsure of what experiences will unfold. My journey through Morocco was exhililarting, and can only be compared to eating Posted by HappyWanderer in Travel is Good For the Soul | Nov 25, 2018
  • Cafe el Hafa, Marshan, Tangier, Morocco.This surviving relic of the notorious "Interzone" decades was established in 1921, carved out of the rocky slope on the plateau of Hafa in the upmarket Marshan district it features several plantation terraces with seating and tables, there is a Posted by Bennytheball in Tangier, Morocco. | Oct 30, 2018
  • An historic surprise in Tangier Medina..........Difficult to find but worth a visit, the Legation was the first American Embassy established in an overseas territory in 1777, gifted to the United States by the sultan of the day when he recognised USA as an Independent Posted by Bennytheball in An historic American relic........ | Oct 24, 2018
  • Morocco - South and West===Tuesday=== We enjoyed a relaxed morning before Kamal and Mohamed arrived at 10.00am to drive us to the Dadas gorge and valley where we will be staying with a Berber family in their Kasbah (in Morocco, a Kasbah is typically Posted by IvorGlyn in Camino & Morocco | Oct 12, 2018
  • Chefchaouen, Morocco......Chefchaouen is a town dating back to the 14th century, first built around a small waterfall ( Ras el Mal) gushing out of a hole in the side of the mountain which provided a reliable source of water to sustain Posted by Bennytheball in Chefchaouen, Morocco...... | Oct 12, 2018
  • Morocco - North and East==Morocco – North and East== ===Thursday-Friday=== We were met at Tangier airport on Thursday by our guide Kamal who speaks Berber, Arabic, French and English and driver Mohamed, in a Landcruiser. [img= Posted by IvorGlyn in Camino & Morocco | Oct 9, 2018
  • The Jnane Sbil Gardens, Fes el Jdid, Morocco.....The famous Fes Gardens were originally an Almoravid dynasty fortress dated in the 11th century, the 17 acre site comprises of an arboretum, shady walkways, trees, plants and a small river propelled by a perpetual motion waterwheel ( Noria) this Posted by Bennytheball in A walk back in time..... | Sep 22, 2018
  • Marrakesh, Tangiers, Rabat, High Atlas Mountains, MoroccoMorocco borders the Atlantic Ocean to the west and the Mediterranean Sea to the north. The interior features impressive mountain ranges and the Sahara desert. On Dec 6, 2012 at 10 am we crossed into Africa. The fast ferry from Tarifa Posted by CherylGypsyRose in Backpacking Europe on fifty dollars/day | Sep 19, 2018
  • A risky Tangier shortcut....Most visitors and historians prefer to visit the ancient Necropolis either by the steep walk from the Medina through to the Kasbah, but there is another way much shorter but more risky using the ancient footsteps carved out of the Posted by Bennytheball in Tangier, Morocco. | Sep 10, 2018
  • First scribble It was started 23Apr. ’18 going to 5 months. Now we are taking a rest in Marrakech. It’s been some time since travel became a lifestyle of our own. Resting gives me some power sometimes. Let’s get it on, Posted by nkma in Eng-Ma Co-op | Sep 9, 2018
  • The Ancient Fes el Bali Medina, Morocco.....A walk through the narrow Medina streets of Fes el Bali ( old Fes) is a fascinating experience of a city built around AD 789 and is now a Unesco world heritage site, this date obviously predates the invention of Posted by Bennytheball in A walk back in time..... | Sep 2, 2018
  • Camel 🐪 Ride in the African DesertOur last destination was Marrakech, Morroco. I knew it was going to be desert hot but a 109 degree dry heat really does make a slight difference. I felt cooler in Marrakech with 45% humidity than Hong Kong Posted by furgione in Around the World | Aug 29, 2018
  • Where the hills have eyes[float=left][/float] The Moroccan dessert is a great place to shoot films likeBabel (2006), Sahara (2005), Hidalgo (2004)and of courseLawrense of Arabia (1962) But the area also ac Posted by Stefmuts in Travelling the movies | Aug 21, 2018
  • Casablanca MosqueThis is our last day in Morocco, we leave the pittoresque town of Essaouira [Essaouira-travel-guide-1079514] behind to go to the big city of Casablanca [Casablanca-travel-guid Posted by Stefmuts in Adventures by Stef | Jul 18, 2018
  • Essaouira the idyllic coastal townAfter breakfast we walk to the old town of Essaouira [Essaouira-travel-guide-1079514] (our hotel is situated in the 'new' part of town). At the town gate our group plits in to Posted by Stefmuts in Adventures by Stef | Jul 18, 2018
  • Silence of the lambs on our way to EssaouiraToday is the start of Eid Al-Adha and today lambs will be slaughtered in honor of the festival. The hotel did offer us a breakfast but I'm sure they closed the door right behin Posted by Stefmuts in Adventures by Stef | Jul 17, 2018
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